Directions (1–5): Given below pie chart shows percentage distributions of total distance covered by five different boats in upstream, while table shows time taken by these 5 boats to cover given distance and ratio of speed of boat in still water to speed of stream while covering the given distance.
Q1. Find ratio of time taken by each boat A & C to cover 96 km in downstream?
(a) 3 : 4
(b) 3 : 5
(c) 2 : 3
(d) 3 : 7
(e) 4 : 5
Q2. If boat D takes total 20 hours to cover D km each in downstream and in upstream, then find total distance covered by boat D?
(a) 168 km
(b) 164 km
(c) 156 km
(d) 184 km
(e) 180 km
Q3. Downstream speed of boat E is what percent more than downstream speed of boat B?
Q4. If downstream speed of boat F is 75% more than that of B and ratio of speed of stream for F to speed of boat F in still water is 2 : 5, then find time taken by boat F to cover 120 km in upstream?
(a) 4 hours
(b) 7.5 hours
(c) 6 hours
(d) 8 hours
(e) 10 hours
Q5. Find difference between downstream speed of boat D and that of boat A?
(a) 1 km/hr
(b) 6 km/hr
(c) 2 km/hr
(d) None of these
(e) 4 km/hr
Directions (6-10): Bar chart given below shows markup % and discount % on five different articles sold by a retailor. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q6. If ratio between selling price of article ‘A’ to that of article ‘E’ is 1 : 1, then find out the ratio between cost price of article ‘A’ to that of article ‘E’?
(a) 7 : 9
(b) 9 : 7
(c) 9 : 11
(d) 11 : 9
(e) 11 : 7
Q7. Cost price of article ‘B’ is Rs.50 more than Cost price of article ‘C’ while mark price of article ‘B’ is R. 130 more than mark price of article ‘C’. Find the difference between selling price of article ‘B’ to that or article ‘C’?
(a) Rs. 24
(b) Rs. 18
(c) Rs. 8
(d) Rs. 4
(e) Rs. 14
Q8. If retailor earn Rs.24 profit on selling article ‘D’ then find the Mark price of article ‘D’?
(b) Rs. 504
(c) Rs. 480
(d) Rs. 420
(e) Rs. 588
Q9. If ratio between selling price of article ‘B’ to that of article ‘C’ is 27 : 16 then cost price of article ‘B’ is what percent more than that of article ‘C’?
Q10. Which article is sold at maximum profit if cost price of article of each article is same?
Directions (11-15): Study the bar chart given below and answer the following questions.
Bar chart shows the cost price of 5 different articles (A, B, C, D & E) and amount of discount allowed on these 5 articles.
Q11. Selling price of A is Rs.260 more than that of C and selling price of C is 50% more than discount allowed on C. Find marked price of A & C together is what percent of cost price of B & E together.
Q12. D is marked 33⅓% above its cost price and amount of profit on B is 27.5% of marked price of B. If cost price of article – F is equal to selling price of article – B and selling price of article – F is 60% more than selling price of article – D, then find profit earned on article – F.
Q13. Ratio of marked price of E to profit earned on E is 25 : 9 and marked price of C is equal to cost price of B. Find selling price of C & E together are how much more or less than cost price of A & B together?
Q14. Marked price of A & B together is Rs.2000 and ratio of selling price of A to that of B is 17 : 21. Find amount of profit/loss earned by a person, if he sold 12 units of article – A and 17 units of article – B.
Q15. Profit earned on B is equal to that earned on E and selling price of B is equal to marked price of D. If selling price of D is 84% of its marked price, then find marked price of B & E together.
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